The College of Social Science offers students in and outside of the College an opportunity to earn academic course credit for internship experiences related to their academic and/or career goals. There are many campus resources to assist students looking for internships. Career Services Network provides tools such as the Career Passport handbook, Career Fairs, and Handshake, a modern career development platform that is the one stop shop for students to launch their career.
SSC 493, Section 001 Social Science Internship: Methods and concepts from social and behavioral sciences applied in career-related settings.
Once you have secured an internship, or even if you still need assistance finding one, our office can be a resource!
Course instructors serve as liaisons between enrolled students and their internship site. If students experience issues or have concerns involving their internship, they should not hesitate to contact us. We are prepared to communicate with the internship site to come to a resolution.
Basic Course Information
If you wish to earn SSC 493 credit for your domestic internship, you’ll need to watch this video to learn the approval process. Please listen carefully and be prepared to take notes regarding next steps.
*Please note that as of August 2016, SSC 493, Section 001 does not use a 100-point system for grading.
Summer 2016 Semester - June 10th
Fall 2016 Semester - September 27th
Spring 2017 Semester - February 3rd
Summer 2017 Semester - June 9th
Study Away and Internship Coordinator
Office of Study Abroad, Study Away and Internships
Berkey Hall 221
To make an appointment, please click here.